Coming of Age?
Conference Programme 2018
Jeremy Porteus, Director, Housing Learning and Development Network
Retirement living: Market overview
• Assessing the market opportunity for investors, developers and operators
• Lessons from other sectors – student, PRS
• Costs vs returns
• Partnerships potential
• Update on the JLL Housing with Care index
Anthony Oldfield, Director – Healthcare, Alternatives, JLL
Could retirement living be the next student accommodation?
At the moment only 7000 homes are being delivered annually according to the latest data by L&G, how do we build the momentum? What would it take to turn retirement living into a more mature asset class?
Keith Brooks, Chairman, Cast Consultancy
Robin Hughes, Chief Executive, Castle Retirement Living
Anna Sabine-Newlyn, Chief Executive, Meeting Place Communications
Andrew Ovey - Head of Healthcare AXA Investment Managers – Real Assets
There are many misconceptions about consumers – who they are and what they want from their retirement housing. This session explores the wants and needs of the population looking to make the move into new specialist housing:
David Craig, Head of market research, Data Energy
Dr Margaret Anne Wilde, Founder & CEO, ProMatura International
Jonathan Collie, Co-Founder, Age of No Retirement
John Galvin, Chief Executive, Elderly Accommodation Counsel
Catalina Hoffman, Founder & chairman, Hoffman Group
David Bridges, McCarthy & Stone’s Group Marketing & Customer Experience Director, will provide an insight into the company’s newly announced direction and strategy, highlighting how it will respond to the more challenging secondary housing market and the evolving needs of older people.
David Bridges, Group Marketing & Customer Experience Director, McCarthy & Stone
The Health and Social Care Secretary has said that the green paper on older people, expected to be released imminently, will have a “significant chapter on housing”. This session will discuss the likely impact on the sector.
How to navigate the planning minefield
How tech is improving health and wellbeing in later life
Retirement Living’s next top business model
The retirement living sector has been caught up in the government’s crackdown on ground rent. But what next? What models should operators and developers employ?
Guy Montague-Jones, Deputy Editor, Property Week
Michael Voges, Executive Director, ARCO
Phil Bayliss, Head of Later Living, Legal & General Capital
Gary Day, Group Land & Planning Director, McCarthy & Stone
Andrew Burgess, Managing Director, Churchill Retirement
John Roddy, Sector Specialist, Charterpoint Senior Living
This short showcase presents two distinct case studies of developments that recognise and understand how residents want to live, exploring how they have met their health and wellbeing needs through innovation and design.
Anne-Marie Nicholson, Senior Partner, PRP
Sonia Parol, Senior Associate Director – Head of Care and Residential
How to attract investment and funding
Whether you are a retirement living veteran or an entrepreneurial entrant, securing capital in your development is essential. This session will:
• Provide essential insight from banks on their lending outlook and preferred funding models
• Hear from investors on the different approaches to lending, event fees and care options
• Explore the options for securing upfront equity
Philip Schmid, Director – Healthcare Investments, Alternatives, JLL
Richard Martin, Relationship Manager, Property Finance, Bank Leumi (UK)
Kevin Beime, Director, head of retirement, Octopus Healthcare
Honor Barratt, Managing director, Birchgrove
Drawing on experience from overseas where the market is more mature and different models of tenure are well established, the panel will explore:
- How demand is being met in each region
- The different operating models
- How new developments are meeting the health, social and wellbeing needs of residents and creating a community
- Top innovations that are shaping the future of retirement living accommodation
Victoria Wallace, Associate director - healthcare, Savills
Panel of day's speakers
Our panel of experts will take questions from the audience and address queries and concerns – it’s your time to set the agenda!
Programme subject to change: The organisers reserve the right to change the programme, speakers or venue should circumstances require.